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Lucene.Net ultra fast search for MVC or WebForms site => made easy!

, 22 Aug 2013
Step-by-step tutorial for any developer who wishes to get Lucene.Net search working with their web site or app really quickly!

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publicly available No 22-Aug-13 12:08 Available Mikhail-T
Fixed Lucene.net official site links
20 No 22-Aug-13 11:51 Available Mikhail-T
Added tip to use FuzzyQuery for finding similar words
19 No 12-Aug-13 10:59 Available Mikhail-T
Change welcome subtitle.
18 No 12-Aug-13 10:48 Available Mikhail-T
Fixed error in code sample ('_mapLuceneToDataList')
17 No 2-Jan-13 17:01 Available Smitha Vijayan
Updates in content.
16 No 2-Jan-13 16:46 Pending Mikhail-T
Updated to cover latest Lucene.Net 3.0.3, sample project updated to VS2012 and .NET45
15 No 11-Jun-12 10:01 Pending Mikhail-T
updated github project links
14 No 7-May-12 12:56 Available Sean Ewington
13 No 23-Feb-12 12:00 Available Mikhail-T
12 No 10-Feb-12 12:35 Available Mikhail-T
11 No 9-Feb-12 11:19 Available Mikhail-T
10 No 7-Feb-12 18:16 Available Mikhail-T
9 No 2-Feb-12 11:33 Available Mikhail-T
7 No 1-Feb-12 15:34 Composing Mikhail-T
6 No 1-Feb-12 12:42 Composing Mikhail-T
4 No 31-Jan-12 12:48 Composing Mikhail-T
3 No 27-Jan-12 17:58 Composing Mikhail-T
1 No 27-Jan-12 14:37 Composing Mikhail-T

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MVC, .NET, AngularJS, JQuery, and POST/GET - all are my good friends!

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